Wednesday, July 8th 2009

BIOSTAR Introduces its G41 Chipset Family Motherboards

BIOSTAR, a professional manufacturer of motherboards introducing Intel G41 chipset motherboards, the "T41 HD", "G41D3G", "G41 DVI", "G41-M7".

The Intel G41 Express Chipset, with the next-generation Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 (Intel GMA X4500), includes built-in support for smooth high-definition video playback without the need for add-in video cards or decoders. Intel GMA X4500 comes with Intel Clear Video Technology, a combination of video processing hardware and software technologies designed to enhance the visual experience.

In addition to video, the Intel G41 Express Chipset delivers optimized 3D graphics performance and support for Microsoft DirectX 10, Shader Model 4.0 and OpenGL 2.0. These graphics enhancements deliver the performance and compatibility you need for entertaining, everyday game play for the most popular game titles. The Intel G41 Express Chipset includes support for the latest PC operating systems, including Windows 7.

In addition, BIOSTAR T41 HD provides a free DVI to HDMI adapter for HD video experience; this bundling set can also be ordered on other models.Source: BIOSTAR
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6 Comments on BIOSTAR Introduces its G41 Chipset Family Motherboards

#1
Mussels
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full ATX w/ onboard video? unusual.
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#2
Initialised
Not really, there are plenty of AMD full ATX boards with the 790GX chipset, Intel really need a decent offering in this space.
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
full ATX w/ onboard video and dvi even more unusual.Nice sounding specs on the onboard video though.
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#4
Mussels
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by: tigger
full ATX w/ onboard video and dvi even more unusual.Nice sounding specs on the onboard video though.
i had an x3100 (i think), they run aero fine and can decode blu ray disks (no MKV files etc, disks only) - but thats about what you expect off intel GMA. (dotn expect any gaming at all)
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#5
snakeoil
poor intel users, they have to accept this outrageous integrated video.
very sad.
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#6
filip007
Next time post what is...775, DDR2...?

Every board have like IGP on it but is closed up...

P35->G35
P45->G45

They just enable IGP inside P45 o am sorry G41...so what?

Why full format we don't need this big server look like boards any more...
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